St. Mary’s County Fair program with updates; now includes 4-H English & Western Drill Team Sept. 18th!
GREAT MILLS, MD. (Sept. 18, 2014) – Outsmarted again. That’s the story as a local bozo kid who likely should already have been expelled from school made monkeys out of school officials and police with a prank call. According to one official, the call that came to the 911 center said that the student didn’t want to see his friends die as he knew of various local wanna-be-famous-twits were bringing guns to school to kill as many as possible.
On Thursday, September 18, 2014, the Emergency Communications Center (ECC) received a single phone call reporting an unsubstantiated verbal threat at Great Mills High School. As a result, the school was immediately placed on lockdown. A coordinated response was initiated immediately with school and law enforcement officials. The school’s administration followed the emergency response protocols outlined in the St. Mary’s County Public Schools (SMCPS) School Crisis and Emergency Response Plan and continually worked with law enforcement authorizes to complete the investigation. The school building was placed in a lockdown status while law enforcement units searched the building. The building was cleared for use at approximately 12:25 p.m. The school continued with the normal schedule for the day at that time.
On September 18, 2014 at approximately 9:30 p.m. detectives from Northern District’s Tactical Narcotics Team (TNT) with the assistance of the Special Operations Section executed a narcotics search warrant at 1006 Sharon Drive in Glen Burnie. This search warrant was the result of numerous citizens’ complaints of drug activity at the residence. As a result, heroin, crack cocaine, marijuana, a shotgun, U.S. currency, and CDS paraphernalia for distribution was recovered.
He also writes of how to cook fried hard crabs and about banquets on Saturday nightAfter the hotel closed it sat abandoned for many years as the State of Maryland fought its typically inept strategy at purchasing the property from owners who generally despised certain state officials.
During that time period, it came to look like this, stripped of anything of value by thieves and beaten by the weather. The long journey to destruction finally was reached when the transaction transferring about sixteen acres and the hotel was completed and the site of the hotel is now where the parking lot is located for the fishing pier.
Drummond had been charged with Drug Kingpin charges as well as five other counts on June 23rd and locked up in jail on June 24th and released on July 21st, when the Queen Anne’s County States Attorney dropped all the charges. The police and prosecutors filed new charges against Drummond just in time for him to be arrested again on July 25th.
Drummond must have a hard time running his drug kingpin business allegedly selling heroin to the brain-dead druggies of Maryland when he spends so much time behind bars.
In a Caroline County Circuit Court trial held on March 25, 2014, Drummond faced charges of drug possession and attempting to elude police by beating feet in an incident which took place on Oct. 25, 2014. In a plea deal arranged by his attorney Stephanie A. Shipley of Easton and the Caroline County States Attorney, Drummond was found guilty on July 10, 2014. He was sentenced to 90 days in the slammer with no time suspended. Drug possession charges placed on Oct. 26, 2013 by Officer John Labelle resulted in a trial on Jan. 31, 2014. Drummond was found guilty and sentenced to three years and one day.
DENTON, MD. (Sept. 19, 2014) — Caroline County Sheriff’s Office reports that on 09/05/14 at approximately 6:15 pm a Detective and the K-9 Unit from the Caroline County Sheriff’s Office were in the Greensboro area when they observed two subjects identified as; Pamela Stubbs and Donald Kibler to be traveling in a Chevy truck. Both subjects were known to have suspended and/or revoked licenses, and both subjects were observed to drive the truck within a short time period.
POCOMOKE CITY, MD. —-Police report that on Nov. 07, 2013 in Pocomoke City, Desmond Roberts from Salisbury, Maryland was attacked and stabbed several times by Marcus Dennis, Martel Blake and Torrance Davis. Pocomoke City Police arrived on the scene and began investigating the incident. All three suspects were subsequently arrested and charged by Pocomoke City Criminal Investigation Division, (CID) Detective Bailey. The Case was presented to Worcester County Deputy States Attorney Abby Marsh. As a result of the court disposition, Marcus Dennis pleaded guilty and received 15 years suspend all but 7 years in prison, Martel Blake plead guilty and received 15 years suspend all but 8 years and Torrance Davis who also plead guilty and received 20 years suspend all but 8 years.
(Ocean City Police distribution arrests 091814September 18, 2014) – On September 12, 2014, at approximately 4 p.m., detectives of the Ocean City Police Narcotics Unit, assisted by the Special Enforcement Unit and Patrol Division, concluded a three week drug distribution investigation with the arrest of Blair D. Smith, 22. Smith has no fixed address.
NRP Charges Two with Fishing, Crabbing Crimes; Penalties Could Total $200,000 ANNAPOLIS, MD. Maryland Natural […]
WOODBRIDGE, VA. (Sept. 18, 2014) — Prince William County Police report that they have made an arrest of a man suspected of being the wild man who rushed a woman who was entering her vehicle after getting off work on March 20, 2014. The woman fought the man’s attempt to force her into the vehicle and he began to choke her. Police say that they both fell to the ground. The attacker continued to try to strangle her and force her into the back seat and failed and fled. A search with a K-9 dog ensued.